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Lesean McCoy? How concerned are we?

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1 hour ago, Anarchy99 said:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/sports/wp/2018/07/12/police-reports-detail-three-prior-calls-to-lesean-mccoy-delicia-cordon-residence/?utm_term=.62adcb16494a

New info to the mix:

- The cops were at the house 3 other times within the past year. 

- She had accused him of cheating, attacking him on social media, and followed him to Las Vegas to try to prove the cheating.

- He called the police when they broke up to try to get her out of the house. Looks like he piled her clothes on the front yard. But she left before the police got there.

- McCoy asked the cops if they could compel the GF to give back expensive jewelry that she had borrowed for big outings or events. 

- At that time, he told police he was concerned she might set him up. 

- The police advised him to stay away from her if he felt she might make false allegations.

- None of the calls involved any violence or reports of violence. 

- The incident involving the moving truck was McCoy trying to get his own furniture relocated to somewhere else but the GF demanded the cops have the furniture brought back into the house (even though he bought it).

- McCoy spoke with the police at the time and was told they couldn’t intervene as to who bought or owned what items so it all had to go back into the house. The police noted he understood and complied without incident. 

- McCoy planned on selling the house and apparently agreed to let the GF stay on the premises until the house was sold.

she caught him with an escort.

Also the police report according to the NYPost or Times was the intruder asked for the specific items McCoy had leant her. That doesn't sound to good for McCoy right there. 

Sounds like both parties aren't great people and the more I read the more I believe both wanted to eventually set the other up and end this once and for all. Shady just was the first to act. Doesn't mean he's right though if thats the case. I'm just thankful Shady is another teams problem and not the Eagles anymore. 

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12 hours ago, Anarchy99 said:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/sports/wp/2018/07/12/police-reports-detail-three-prior-calls-to-lesean-mccoy-delicia-cordon-residence/?utm_term=.62adcb16494a

New info to the mix:

- The cops were at the house 3 other times within the past year. 

- She had accused him of cheating, attacking him on social media, and followed him to Las Vegas to try to prove the cheating.

- He called the police when they broke up to try to get her out of the house. Looks like he piled her clothes on the front yard. But she left before the police got there.

- McCoy asked the cops if they could compel the GF to give back expensive jewelry that she had borrowed for big outings or events. 

- At that time, he told police he was concerned she might set him up. 

- The police advised him to stay away from her if he felt she might make false allegations.

- None of the calls involved any violence or reports of violence. 

- The incident involving the moving truck was McCoy trying to get his own furniture relocated to somewhere else but the GF demanded the cops have the furniture brought back into the house (even though he bought it).

- McCoy spoke with the police at the time and was told they couldn’t intervene as to who bought or owned what items so it all had to go back into the house. The police noted he understood and complied without incident. 

- McCoy planned on selling the house and apparently agreed to let the GF stay on the premises until the house was sold.

He sent his mother and a moving truck to grab his clothes and furniture.  He then spoke to the cops on the phone and asked what he was allowed to take and explained the process started.  He seems to be doing everything by the book. 

The police call talks a lot about the 16 year old son being gone with the window down and a towel out the window. Also mentions being robbed of money. 

She was arrested at the scene in July 2017 for an outstanding warrant.

Once she showed the towel/bed sheet out the upstairs bedroom window, she quickly said "They left out the front door because no camera's are there"  hmmmm

She also said the neighbors have camera's and may have caught something.

If she truly borrowed items for a jeweler and McCoy couldn't get them back, it's not impossible that the jeweler has a guy.

They said it was one small man in a mask.

 

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12 hours ago, DJackson10 said:

she caught him with an escort.

Also the police report according to the NYPost or Times was the intruder asked for the specific items McCoy had leant her. That doesn't sound to good for McCoy right there. 

Sounds like both parties aren't great people and the more I read the more I believe both wanted to eventually set the other up and end this once and for all. Shady just was the first to act. Doesn't mean he's right though if thats the case. I'm just thankful Shady is another teams problem and not the Eagles anymore. 

I think Shady is a POS but doesn't mean he was the first to act.  She's just as crazy and her story is almost too good mentioning the intruder asked for specific jewelry.  How are we to take her for her word on that after she's proven crazy but following him out to Vegas, not leaving the property, etc.  I find it extremely odd that Shady would set something like this up at the same time while trying to get his stuff back through the courts.  Wouldn't he let that part play out first?

I'm no Shady fan boy but something doesn't smell right to me with her story.

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lol we can stop with trying to minimize Philly regret on the Shady trade. But I guess whatever makes people sleep better...

 

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I keep seeing it mentioned that it doesn't make sense for McCoy to do this with the legal process apparently taking its course. It sounds like the legal process was only related to the eviction. If she had jewelry that was rented, it would make sense that that was one of the more urgent items for McCoy to get back due to increasing fees/pressure from the jeweler. Also it'd likely be more difficult to get back once the eviction was done. 

Or it could be the jeweler had a guy. I find either A: that option or B: a football player with a history of violence taking matters into his own hands to get his stuff back to be much much more likely scenarios than option C: a scorned woman concocted a plan with her friends to get herself beaten to a pulp in order to get back at an ex.

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42 minutes ago, jtd13 said:

I keep seeing it mentioned that it doesn't make sense for McCoy to do this with the legal process apparently taking its course. It sounds like the legal process was only related to the eviction. If she had jewelry that was rented, it would make sense that that was one of the more urgent items for McCoy to get back due to increasing fees/pressure from the jeweler. Also it'd likely be more difficult to get back once the eviction was done. 

Or it could be the jeweler had a guy. I find either A: that option or B: a football player with a history of violence taking matters into his own hands to get his stuff back to be much much more likely scenarios than option C: a scorned woman concocted a plan with her friends to get herself beaten to a pulp in order to get back at an ex.

I think he was going through both the eviction process and providing receipts etc to prove the items he wanted were bought by him.  So, I think he was doing both by the court process.  He was just surprised that he couldn't remove furniture from his house as he had to prove she didn't move/buy it. If this was New York State and she wasn't on the deed or tenant agreement she would have been out the first time the cops came.  She would be the one having to prove the stuff in HIS house was hers, not the other way around.  

It should be pretty common sense that the NFL player who bought the expensive house, the items more than likely belong to him inside the home.

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8 minutes ago, Gottabesweet said:

I think he was going through both the eviction process and providing receipts etc to prove the items he wanted were bought by him.  So, I think he was doing both by the court process.  

Ok, hadn't seen that. It's interesting how different these laws are State to state. I don't know much about Michigan law in these cases, much less Georgia or NY. 

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Just now, Gottabesweet said:

I think it was eviction and providing receipts etc to prove the items he wanted were bought by him.  So, I think he was doing both by the court process.  He was just surprised that he couldn't remove furniture from his house as he had to prove she didn't move/buy it.  Man if this was NYS, and she wasn't on the deed or tenant agreement she would have been the first time the cops came.  She would be the one having to prove the stuff in HIS house was hers, not the other way around.  

I had a similar issue when I was getting divorced. My ex-wife to be ran off with my laptop I used for work and had it in her apartment. I got the police involved and tried to get them to force her to give it back. They wrote a police report documenting what happened, but they could not force her to give the laptop back. She even admitted to taking it and said she didn't even want it. She said the only reason she took it was to get back at me and to cause me grief. Even with all that, the police said only a court could determine who was the rightful owner. They said they could not intervene.

Years later I ultimately got the laptop back (which was pretty much outdated and useless as I needed the information on the laptop more than I needed the laptop itself). In general, cops really have no interest in getting involved in domestic disputes, especially over personal belongings. They will tell you over and over that's a court issue.

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1 hour ago, Pipes said:

I think Shady is a POS but doesn't mean he was the first to act.  She's just as crazy and her story is almost too good mentioning the intruder asked for specific jewelry.  How are we to take her for her word on that after she's proven crazy but following him out to Vegas, not leaving the property, etc.  I find it extremely odd that Shady would set something like this up at the same time while trying to get his stuff back through the courts.  Wouldn't he let that part play out first?

I'm no Shady fan boy but something doesn't smell right to me with her story.

I don’t buy the idea that the story is too good. Whether it was orchestrated by McCoy or not, the perpetrator was looking for specific items. 

Sure, she doesn’t seem to be particularly rational, but nothing we know about her is enough to suppose that she volunteered to have her face bashed in. I don’t think we can completely rule it out, but it feels a lot less likely to me than McCoy simply doing something stupid and the guy he tasked to do it going too far. 

And following him to Vegas and refusing to leave his house aren’t particularly crazy acts. People do stupid #### when it comes to love.  

 

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Interesting . . .

According to WSB’s Mike Petchenik, Cordon’s lawyer, Tanya Graham Mitchell, “Cordon has never accused McCoy of domestic violence and she can’t speak to what Cordon’s friend posted on Instagram earlier this week.”

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17 hours ago, voiceofunreason said:

Buuuut you aren't finding common ground with me......you think we should listen to everyone and have a discussion. There's no bad people just bad listeners.

I absolutely hope to find common ground with you. I am sorry that you do not feel that I am not listening.

I disagree with the notion that you should simply ignore those you disagree with, and I have chosen to engage you rather than ignore you. The fact that we have been mature and not resorted to the petty trolling that causes one to put people on ignore in the first place is encouraging IMO and I hope to understand your position better.

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28 minutes ago, Anarchy99 said:

Interesting . . .

According to WSB’s Mike Petchenik, Cordon’s lawyer, Tanya Graham Mitchell, “Cordon has never accused McCoy of domestic violence and she can’t speak to what Cordon’s friend posted on Instagram earlier this week.”

LINK

 

Yeah seems like her lawyer instructed the friend to take down the post where all those accusations were.  If they don't have a clear picture to go by of the intruder it's going to take month's for them to interview and comb through contacts of McCoy, His ex, Jewelry store and her son, not to mention random strangers and friends of friend which is could be.

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3 minutes ago, Anarchy99 said:

McCoy is a smooth talker.  Perhaps some money under the table or perhaps her attorney is trying to distance themselves from the multiple accusations from her friend and let the police and detectives do the investigating and accusing.

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1 hour ago, Concept Coop said:

I don’t buy the idea that the story is too good. Whether it was orchestrated by McCoy or not, the perpetrator was looking for specific items. 

Sure, she doesn’t seem to be particularly rational, but nothing we know about her is enough to suppose that she volunteered to have her face bashed in. I don’t think we can completely rule it out, but it feels a lot less likely to me than McCoy simply doing something stupid and the guy he tasked to do it going too far. 

And following him to Vegas and refusing to leave his house aren’t particularly crazy acts. People do stupid #### when it comes to love.  

 

I tend to think Shady is involved too but I was specifically replying to a poster that already convicted him.  Volunteering for a beating seems crazy but in today's world who knows. 

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3 hours ago, Pipes said:

I think Shady is a POS but doesn't mean he was the first to act.  She's just as crazy and her story is almost too good mentioning the intruder asked for specific jewelry.  How are we to take her for her word on that after she's proven crazy but following him out to Vegas, not leaving the property, etc.  I find it extremely odd that Shady would set something like this up at the same time while trying to get his stuff back through the courts.  Wouldn't he let that part play out first?

I'm no Shady fan boy but something doesn't smell right to me with her story.

This is where I’m at.

We all know football players aren’t always the brightest lights on the Christmas tree but Shady would have to be INSANELY stupid to have organized this hit. It makes literally zero sense for him given what we know so far with how he has handled this situation (going through courts, asking police what he’s allowed to do). He has everything to lose and NOTHING to gain. Meanwhile she has much to gain and little to lose. If I had to bet on which side is telling the truth, I’d bet on McCoy. 

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4 hours ago, Pipes said:

I think Shady is a POS but doesn't mean he was the first to act.  She's just as crazy and her story is almost too good mentioning the intruder asked for specific jewelry.  How are we to take her for her word on that after she's proven crazy but following him out to Vegas, not leaving the property, etc.  I find it extremely odd that Shady would set something like this up at the same time while trying to get his stuff back through the courts.  Wouldn't he let that part play out first?

I'm no Shady fan boy but something doesn't smell right to me with her story.

They are both wrong honestly. I could see them both being in the wrong. Maybe she set him up and took a guy shady knew and shady owed them money so this was a way for him to get back at him? I don't know. All kinds of options here to think about. There's really no exclusive evidence either way saying one or the other is right. However we all know at this point McCoy has lacked common sense for yrs so it won't surprising me at all if he set this all up. Some may not want to believe he'd do such a thing but he's dumb enough to do it.

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3 hours ago, Anarchy99 said:

I had a similar issue when I was getting divorced. My ex-wife to be ran off with my laptop I used for work and had it in her apartment. I got the police involved and tried to get them to force her to give it back. They wrote a police report documenting what happened, but they could not force her to give the laptop back. She even admitted to taking it and said she didn't even want it. She said the only reason she took it was to get back at me and to cause me grief. Even with all that, the police said only a court could determine who was the rightful owner. They said they could not intervene.

Years later I ultimately got the laptop back (which was pretty much outdated and useless as I needed the information on the laptop more than I needed the laptop itself). In general, cops really have no interest in getting involved in domestic disputes, especially over personal belongings. They will tell you over and over that's a court issue.

Yeah unless someone is getting beat into hamburger meat the cops really don't care about domestic disputes about what belongs to who etc. However they will suggest that one or the other spend the night or a few nights elsewhere and let things calm down and for the two of the parties involved to figure it out themselves. Unless there is a credible threat they always say take it up with the court. I have a co worker who was involved with a biker who was in Hell's Angels and then Pagans. The dude ended up being bipolar. He beat the living daylights out of her which is when she finally left with her dog and lizard. Dude tried to get out of jail by saying she drugged him without consent. However judge threw it out because my co worker was trying to get him on his bi polar meds so he wouldn't go crazy. He would not sleep for 3 days and end up drinking causing issues so she's mix his meds with his beer and he'd then pass out shed throw him in bed and dump the beer out. Shove it in his mouth French kissing him and forcing him to swallow the pill etc. The judge ruled since he had to take medication prescribed to him and she was giving him that medication she was not in the wrong. 

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3 hours ago, Anarchy99 said:

Interesting . . .

According to WSB’s Mike Petchenik, Cordon’s lawyer, Tanya Graham Mitchell, “Cordon has never accused McCoy of domestic violence and she can’t speak to what Cordon’s friend posted on Instagram earlier this week.”

LINK

 

Maybe the friend didn't like her involved with McCoy? Trying to get her out of it anyway she can? 

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Not sure if anyone's made this point yet but it reminds me a lot of the Tonya Harding story in the sense that Shady told some friends (either directly or indirectly) to "take care of it while I'm gone" and they went off the deep end with that request.

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1 minute ago, RenegadeRoy said:

Not sure if anyone's made this point yet but it reminds me a lot of the Tonya Harding story in the sense that Shady told some friends (either directly or indirectly) to "take care of it while I'm gone" and they went off the deep end with that request.

I have seen and read up on a lot of stuff involving this case so far. A couple things haven't added up with some of the talking heads.

1) She goes into great detail and great lengths on the 911 call to tell the dispatcher about who she thinks did it, how he got in and out of the house, where the cameras were, what he wanted to get, calling it a targeted break in, that he wanted the jewelry, etc. The call goes on and on for multiple minutes. Why would she elaborate so much to a dispatcher? Wouldn't your concern be that someone broke in, I'm injured, my son is missing, send someone quickly, please hurry? It almost seems like she went way out of her way to get all of her accusations and key elements of the attack ON A RECORDED LINE. She seems way more concerned about getting all the info out than getting the police and medical assistance to the house.

2) I don't know if it is shoddy reporting, what was said to the police, how things got transcribed. etc., but some media outlets have reported the assailant asked for all the money and jewelry in the house. She apparently told the police that the assailant saw the diamond bracelet on her wrist and then demanded that too. IMO, that's way different than saying the guy asked for specific items. Demanding a Cartier diamond necklace from a particular store is entirely different than demanding all the jewelry and money in the house. Just asking for those items could make it a random break in.

3) Some women have commented that a woman in bed at 3:30 a.m. WOULD NOT be wearing an expensive diamond bracelet to bed. They mentioned that if it was worth thousands and thousands of dollars, the huge majority of women would take it off and put it away before going to bed.

4) We don't know the full details, but it sounds like the jewelry in question was signed out by her on loan from top jewelers over a year ago but in his name, and he has been trying to get her to return them either to him or back to the stores. That is a completely different situation than if he bought them outright and gave them to her as gifts. She can't claim ownership of something borrowed or rented from a store.

5) There is something that doesn't add up to how the perp got in and out of the house. It was labeled as a targeted home invasion because there was no forced entry. Couldn't the doors have been unlocked? Didn't they find one of the windows open and evidence that someone had climbed through it? At my house, we don't always lock all the doors and we certainly don't latch all the windows.

6) The IG post referenced issues with domestic violence and child abuse. The police had been to the house 3 other times, found no threats or evidence of abuse, and there were no allegations of abuse made. The attorney for the GF just came out today and said there was no abuse prior to this incident and they are not in agreement with what the initial IG posts listed as allegations.

7) McCoy told the police a year ago he was concerned she would make false allegations against him and he was concerned he would face the wrath of the league given their domestic violence policies.

8) McCoy did what the police advised him to do . . . go through the court system to get her evicted, have the court compel her to return any items of his still in her possession, and stay away from her.

9) The incident occurred the day before their court hearing when she could finally have been legally forced out of the house. Why on earth would he then send someone to beat her up after waiting a year to get her out when there was a decent chance the court would have ordered it THE NEXT DAY? (Ultimately the hearing got rescheduled, but the point still stands.) 

All that being said, all that is making the news is that she claimed McCoy set it up and he is the one that did it to her. That his career is in jeopardy. That the NFL is going to put him on the exempt list and he won't be able to play. I haven't seen too many places actually researching what the situation is and what is ongoing in the investigation.

Maybe they find that McCoy was behind this and hold him responsible, but the way things are being reported, the reports are making him out to be a total monster.

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18 minutes ago, Anarchy99 said:

9) The incident occurred the day before their court hearing when she could finally have been legally forced out of the house. Why on earth would he then send someone to beat her up after waiting a year to get her out when there was a decent chance the court would have ordered it THE NEXT DAY? (Ultimately the hearing got rescheduled, but the point still stands.) 

One theory: Because he was desperate to get the jewelry back and would have more trouble getting it back after she was evicted. 

I agree this whole thing doesn't make sense yet.

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23 minutes ago, Anarchy99 said:

I have seen and read up on a lot of stuff involving this case so far. A couple things haven't added up with some of the talking heads.

1) She goes into great detail and great lengths on the 911 call to tell the dispatcher about who she thinks did it, how he got in and out of the house, where the cameras were, what he wanted to get, calling it a targeted break in, that he wanted the jewelry, etc. The call goes on and on for multiple minutes. Why would she elaborate so much to a dispatcher? Wouldn't your concern be that someone broke in, I'm injured, my son is missing, send someone quickly, please hurry? It almost seems like she went way out of her way to get all of her accusations and key elements of the attack ON A RECORDED LINE. She seems way more concerned about getting all the info out than getting the police and medical assistance to the house.

2) I don't know if it is shoddy reporting, what was said to the police, how things got transcribed. etc., but some media outlets have reported the assailant asked for all the money and jewelry in the house. She apparently told the police that the assailant saw the diamond bracelet on her wrist and then demanded that too. IMO, that's way different than saying the guy asked for specific items. Demanding a Cartier diamond necklace from a particular store is entirely different than demanding all the jewelry and money in the house. Just asking for those items could make it a random break in.

3) Some women have commented that a woman in bed at 3:30 a.m. WOULD NOT be wearing an expensive diamond bracelet to bed. They mentioned that if it was worth thousands and thousands of dollars, the huge majority of women would take it off and put it away before going to bed.

4) We don't know the full details, but it sounds like the jewelry in question was signed out by her on loan from top jewelers over a year ago but in his name, and he has been trying to get her to return them either to him or back to the stores. That is a completely different situation than if he bought them outright and gave them to her as gifts. She can't claim ownership of something borrowed or rented from a store.

5) There is something that doesn't add up to how the perp got in and out of the house. It was labeled as a targeted home invasion because there was no forced entry. Couldn't the doors have been unlocked? Didn't they find one of the windows open and evidence that someone had climbed through it? At my house, we don't always lock all the doors and we certainly don't latch all the windows.

6) The IG post referenced issues with domestic violence and child abuse. The police had been to the house 3 other times, found no threats or evidence of abuse, and there were no allegations of abuse made. The attorney for the GF just came out today and said there was no abuse prior to this incident and they are not in agreement with what the initial IG posts listed as allegations.

7) McCoy told the police a year ago he was concerned she would make false allegations against him and he was concerned he would face the wrath of the league given their domestic violence policies.

8) McCoy did what the police advised him to do . . . go through the court system to get her evicted, have the court compel her to return any items of his still in her possession, and stay away from her.

9) The incident occurred the day before their court hearing when she could finally have been legally forced out of the house. Why on earth would he then send someone to beat her up after waiting a year to get her out when there was a decent chance the court would have ordered it THE NEXT DAY? (Ultimately the hearing got rescheduled, but the point still stands.) 

All that being said, all that is making the news is that she claimed McCoy set it up and he is the one that did it to her. That his career is in jeopardy. That the NFL is going to put him on the exempt list and he won't be able to play. I haven't seen too many places actually researching what the situation is and what is ongoing in the investigation.

Maybe they find that McCoy was behind this and hold him responsible, but the way things are being reported, the reports are making him out to be a total monster.

1. People act in unpredictable ways during traumatic events. 
2. You bring up a good point regarding the reports of the perp asking for specific items. That can mean a lot of different things. 
3. What does the value of the item have to do with anything? It's not like the item was at risk of being damaged while she slept. Sure, I take off my watch before bed, but have certainly fallen asleep with one on a few times. 
4. This actually supports her story more than it hurts it. Motive. 
5. There's nothing at all uncommon about her having the windows locked.
8. We don't know this. 
9. He wasn't assured to get the jewelry back though, right?

I'm playing devil's advocate, but I don't think I'm giving her side of the story any more benefit of the doubt than you are McCoy's. 

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Shady certainly dances to the beat of a different drum than the rest of us. He seems like a magnet for "women issues."

LeSean McCoy's 2015 'females only' party generated police complaint from co-host

A woman he hired to host a party accused McCoy of stealing $30,000+ of her jewelry.
A friend of her's story is the woman was acting crazy at the party and told the police the woman made up the stuff about the missing jewelry.
It took months for the police to finally get a hold of McCoy, who denied doing anything wrong.
The police asked the woman for an itemized list of what she claimed was stolen.
She never got back to them and the case was later closed.

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What about her friends. Maybe one of her jealous Instagram friends is pissed at her that she gets all the attention and money and saw it as an easy way to blame McCoy and console her friend in the first place without her knowing.  

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7 hours ago, Concept Coop said:

I don’t buy the idea that the story is too good. Whether it was orchestrated by McCoy or not, the perpetrator was looking for specific items.

Sure, she doesn’t seem to be particularly rational, but nothing we know about her is enough to suppose that she volunteered to have her face bashed in. I don’t think we can completely rule it out, but it feels a lot less likely to me than McCoy simply doing something stupid and the guy he tasked to do it going too far. 

And following him to Vegas and refusing to leave his house aren’t particularly crazy acts. People do stupid #### when it comes to love.  

 

Well, we know that's what she said at the time anyway.

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3 minutes ago, need2know said:

He certainly lives up to his nickname

if you ask him to inscribe "shady" when getting a signature, he will say "that's racist"

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Gotta say, looking at her photo in Faust's link, it doesn't look like she faked the beat down

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I suspect this is going to drag out beyond the 2018 season, unless something extremely incriminating surfaces. Consider how long it took the NFL to hand down a ruling on Winston. I think the shark move is to try and acquire McCoy on the cheap if you are close to contending. He likely represent strong value in redraft leagues as well. 

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1 hour ago, 32 Counter Pass said:

I suspect this is going to drag out beyond the 2018 season, unless something extremely incriminating surfaces. Consider how long it took the NFL to hand down a ruling on Winston. I think the shark move is to try and acquire McCoy on the cheap if you are close to contending. He likely represent strong value in redraft leagues as well. 

Lol, if this is hanging in the air there’s zero chance he plays. He’ll get the AP commishes discretion treatment. Only chance he has is she’s making this up and he can prove it. 

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14 minutes ago, voiceofunreason said:

Lol, if this is hanging in the air there’s zero chance he plays. He’ll get the AP commishes discretion treatment. Only chance he has is she’s making this up and he can prove it. 

McCoy wasn’t the one who beat her and it’s speculation on her part that he sent the guy that did. McCoy shouldn’t have to prove she is lying. She should have to prove there is any basis to her claims that MCCoy sent in the guy to rob her.  

Totally different from the AP situation where there was no disputing he beat his kid. 

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38 minutes ago, efactor said:

McCoy wasn’t the one who beat her and it’s speculation on her part that he sent the guy that did. McCoy shouldn’t have to prove she is lying. She should have to prove there is any basis to her claims that MCCoy sent in the guy to rob her.  

Totally different from the AP situation where there was no disputing he beat his kid. 

Agreed. Honestly, maybe I'm missing something here, but I'm not seeing any real evidence that McCoy is even involved in any of this. Is it possible he "ordered the code red" so to speak? Yes, but right now I'm seeing McCoy as a guy who was nowhere near the area, and may have done absolutely nothing wrong. 

56 minutes ago, voiceofunreason said:

Lol, if this is hanging in the air there’s zero chance he plays. He’ll get the AP commishes discretion treatment. Only chance he has is she’s making this up and he can prove it. 

Peterson's case is irrelevant to this. That wasn't a multiple sided story, Peterson admitted what he did, almost instantly as I recall. 

I guess it could be somewhat similar to the Reuben Foster thing, but that had more evidence too, and Foster was already in Goodell's doghouse.

All they have on McCoy is a biased witness making claims that the victim herself(or her lawyer) said were false. Goodell has certainly handed out suspensions for less, but right now, again unless I'm missing something, there is a very realistic chance McCoy is playing week 1, and suffers no suspension whatsoever, unless somebody(victim's lawyer?) is sitting on something big.

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1 hour ago, efactor said:

McCoy wasn’t the one who beat her and it’s speculation on her part that he sent the guy that did. McCoy shouldn’t have to prove she is lying. She should have to prove there is any basis to her claims that MCCoy sent in the guy to rob her.  

Totally different from the AP situation where there was no disputing he beat his kid. 

Riiiiight. Well first I’d like to congratulate you on getting out of that coma. But yeah the nfl doesn’t work like that. 

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11 minutes ago, voiceofunreason said:

Riiiiight. Well first I’d like to congratulate you on getting out of that coma. But yeah the nfl doesn’t work like that. 

Worked like that in the Rueben Foster case and he was actually accused of DV directly and the DA was convinced he did it.   No league suspension other than for the weed charge in Alabama. A lot of speculation that he would get 6 games similar to Elliott, but didn’t happen.  McCoys case is just a speculation on the part of the ex-girlfriend that he was somehow involved in sending this guy over to rob her.  Less evidence against him than Foster since he has had no physical contact with her for a couple months.  Unless they find the guy that robbed her and he rolls over on McCoy, NFL won’t do anything.  

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, voiceofunreason said:

Riiiiight. Well first I’d like to congratulate you on getting out of that coma. But yeah the nfl doesn’t work like that. 

Whole different issue  But you kinda comatose for stating such an opinion  The fact is that the NFL has shown to be non consistent on dealings with player suspensions/judgments  Basically, the NFL could in all fact hear some testimony resulting in a lifetime ban from the sport  OR  They could learn enough about the GF to not exactly care to implicate "Shady" for any wrongdoing  (Again NFL justice has little to nothing to do with court of law  Read: arbitrary at best perhaps quite whimsical) 

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